Comedian T.J. Miller is a good Samaritan with a checkered past (Video)

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When comedian T.J. Miller kindly returns a lost cell phone to a fully-tatted “urban” type, he’s greeted not just by the phone-less dude but also by his threatening-like posse. So we immediately know things are not going to finish smoothly. Miller has some challenges ahead of him and a past he’ll ultimately have to confront. He also needs to wear his hat on top of his head like a fucking grown-up– but that’s besides the point.

Miller’s album, The Extended Play E.P. is in stores now, and I highly suggest you pick it up. It’s an all-musical comedy album that could pass for an all-musical music album. And be sure to tune in to the dude’s hour-long Comedy Central special No Real Reason on Nov. 12.

Check out our interview with Miller here.

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